The book includes: advice on how to get started as a runner, tried & true methods of running faster and longer, how to prepare for a marathon, tips on staying healthy & happy, motivation to keep you running, an insider view of the running ...
Author: P. Taylor
Running is a gift, but not only for the gifted. Whether you run just for fun or want to become a more competitive runner, The Gift of Running is for you. In The Gift of Running, P. Mark Taylor shows runners how to get started and stay motivated. The book includes: advice on how to get started as a runner, tried & true methods of running faster and longer, how to prepare for a marathon, tips on staying healthy & happy, motivation to keep you running, an insider view of the running community, & training programs for a 5K, 10K, half marathon, & marathon. P. Mark Taylor is a runner & author of the blog at www.WiseRunning.com.
Notice, however, that this description, typical of many explanations of running
and returning, suggests that returning is something negative. ... In fact, we can
only go “up” 164 THE GIFT OF KABBALAH The Spiral of Loving Consciousness.
Author: Tamar Frankiel
Publisher: Jewish Lights Publishing
Traces the evolution of Kabbalah in Judaism and sets forth its most important gift: a way of revealing the connection that exists between our everyday life and the spiritual oneness of the universe.
Thus, an “administrator” is anyone involved in the process of running or
managing an institution. Obviously there are different levels of “administration.”
There are “chief administrators” such as bishops, presidents, deans, finance
Author: Donald Senior
Publisher: Liturgical Press
In his First Letter to the Corinthians Paul cites “administrators” as one of God’s gifts to the Christian community (1 Cor 12:28). But many who serve in administrative service today have difficulty seeing how their everyday work is an expression of discipleship. This book, written by an experienced administrator and noted biblical scholar, shows how the various functions of institutional administration are deeply rooted in the Scriptures and are a genuine expression of our call to discipleship. Leadership, mission statements and planning, finances and fund raising, personnel issues, communications, and public relations—all of these seemingly “secular” activities serve to build up the Body of Christ and deserve to be recognized as authentic Christian ministry. To see administrative service as a biblically rooted gift can help those involved in this way of life to find deeper and more satisfying spiritual meaning in what they do.
"With little more than some working space and a few basket-making items, an ambitious and creative person can cash in on the gift basket boom.
Author: Mardi Foster-Walker
Publisher: Bellingham, Wash. : North Vancouver, B.C. : Self-Counsel Press
"With little more than some working space and a few basket-making items, an ambitious and creative person can cash in on the gift basket boom. The potential for unearthing new markets and finding motivated clients is unlimited in this easy-to-run small business. The CD-ROM contains forms and checklists to help your business planning"--Publisher website (July 2007).
Still , he felt himself pull slowly ahead , and although he didn ' t turn to look to see
where David was , by the lack of the sound of running feet close behind him and
the lack of the sound of another person breathing and clothing rustling , he ...
Author: Marjorie M. McGinley
Ben decides to stop running away and go back to challenge his sister-in-law for the ranch that is rightfully his.
GIFT Jessy said to Laura , Burl , and the others nearby , “ When my brother was
hurt in an accident , Roy and Flo Kimball ... in a cowboy hat , gunbelt , and
holsters came running through the crowd of adults brandishing a pair of six -
Author: Christine S. Drake
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Jessy Flint has a good life in the early 1900s. She has agreed to marry Leo, an aspiring professional baseball player. But her fiance's family harbors secrets, family cruelties and a mysterious past in Russia. When Leo leaves to seek his athletic fame, Jessy finds herself on a journey to seek the Lord's will. With the help of a stranger, Jessy finally discovers God's plan for her life.
The 28th book and the seventh Christmas mystery in the Meg Langslow series, The Gift of the Magpie is yet another wonderfully merry and funny book from New York Times bestselling author Donna Andrews.
Author: Donna Andrews
Publisher: Minotaur Books
New York Times bestselling author Donna Andrews returns with another Meg Langslow mystery written "firmly in the grand tradition of Agatha Christie's Christmas books" (Toronto Globe and Mail). The 28th book and the seventh Christmas mystery in the Meg Langslow series, The Gift of the Magpie is yet another wonderfully merry and funny book from New York Times bestselling author Donna Andrews. Meg’s running Caerphilly’s Helping Hands for the Holidays project, in which neighbors help each other with things they can’t do and can’t afford to have done. Her hopes for a relatively peaceful (if busy) Christmas vanish when someone murders Harvey the Hoarder, whose house the Helping Hands were decluttering. Was there any truth to the rumor that he had something valuable hidden beneath all his junk? Was one of his friends, neighbors, or relatives greedy enough to murder him for the rumored treasure? And what about the magpie that has been bringing her family bits of tinsel and costume jewelry—does the bird’s latest gift hold a clue to solving the crime? Full of intrigue, this Christmas mystery will take readers home to Caerphilly, where the suspense falls as thick as the snow.